About

Me!

My name is Sarah, and I’m an art teacher at The American School in Japan, in Tokyo. I previously taught art in a small rural high school in Maine for 15+ years,  as well as serving as technology integrator with the 1:1 laptop program.  I also adjunct at the University of Maine, where I teach online as an adjunct (Multimedia in Education) and for their Summer Tech Institute (various content), both of which are in the MEd in IT program. I also taught as an adjunct at the University of Maine at Augusta,  where I taught Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, and traditional black and white photography. I also present and lead workshops, seminars and PD sessions at various places around the world, am a Google Certified Teacher NY08, and past ACTEM Maine Technology Educator of the Year award recipient. This blog is a place for links and ideas about education, technology and art. I hope you find the links helpful.

7 responses to “About

  1. Hi Sarah – I am just up the road in Sidney. My step daughter goes to school at UMA – English Major. Thanks for adding me to twitter, look forward to talking with you.
    Harold

  2. Sarah — You just left a comment on my blog re: the Book Launch 2.0 vid I embedded. Much thanks.

    BTW, I grew up loving Wiscasset, esp. a little tiny toy store that was there on the southern edge of town way back in the mid-70’s when I was growing up in Yarmouth, Freeport, Portland, etc. Everytime I get to cross the bridge from Wiscasset on family trips, I find myself thinking, “Hey, is this the perfect town to call home?”

    Living in Texas now, but wishing I was back Down East!

    Cheers,
    Christian

  3. Bob Mcintire

    I’m just looking through the MLTI Summer Institute contributions from Castine. Thanks sooo much for your work and presentations!

  4. Hi Sarah,

    Thanks for the kind words over on the Wicked Decent Learning blog. I’ve had similar experiences with other podcasts — recognizing the voice but not the face — next time, scream at me. ‘Hey! You’re that voice! That one that sounds much taller than you are in real life!’

    Would love to have you on the show some time if you are so inclined,

    Dan

  5. Hello! This is Nicole from Temple University’s Media Education Lab, sending you a friendly reminder to check out our new site.

    We especially want to let you and your readers know about our super-NEW, super-cool “Schoolhouse Rock” style music videos that make it fun and easy for everyone (youngsters especially) to learn about and appreciate their social responsibilities and rights under copyright law. So, here is a direct link: http://www.mediaeducationlab.com/news/music-videos-help-educators-and-students-conquer-copyright-confusion.

    Thanks, and rock on!

  6. Lynn Gerrish

    Hey Sarah,

    I just stumbled upon your blog from a feed I get in my Google Reader. We took a couple grad online classes together with Gail. Just wanted to say “hi” and that I see your name often in technology posts I read.

    Lynn

  7. Hey Ms Sutter!

    I just read that you’re in Japan!!
    That’s awesome!!
    You should visit this building! It’s in Tokyo
    http://weburbanist.com/2011/07/01/organic-glamour-chic-restaurant-design-gone-wild/

    Hope you have fun!

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